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That amount of money would go a long way toward resolving Athen's credit crisis.
A new report by Pew Research shows us what religious affiliations will look like in 2050.
The sacking of Gov. Ihor Kolomoisky has been the most serious showdown in Ukrainian politics since last year’s revolution.
Officials are calling the weather one of the 'worst storms in recent years.'
Commentary: Shortage of vaccines and health care workers raise the danger of a new epidemic that could spread through Europe.
Athens could run out of cash by the end of April.
December 30, 2011
Swimmers break the ice and brave freezing waters for a "refreshing" dip.
Major exchanges were up on the day but down for the year
The place where the Occupy movement really started sees its biggest demonstration since the spring
All-time great will play for two months on loan from the New York Red Bulls
Leopold Hawelka, proprietor of Vienna's most authentic cafe, has died at the age of 100
December 29, 2011
Two Hungarian journalists were fired for participating in an ongoing hunger strike that protested the government's involvement in the media.
April 03, 2019
The treaty was signed amid much fanfare in Washington on April 4, 1949. But as the world has changed, is NATO still relevant seven decades later?
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